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his final preelection speech. this year virginia had to make do. >> there is no quit in america and never has been. >> romney hits four states and just added two more on election day. ohio and pennsylvania. a last minute effort to broaden the battleground. romney's closing argument that his victory will bring real change from day 1. and president obama has failed to deliver. >> you hope president obama would live up to his promise to bring people together. he hasn't. i will. >> 9news now. >> in most of the national polls, the candidates are in nearly a dead heat. obama leads romney 48.8% to 48.1%. >> bruce johnson. four years ago when obama became the first african american to win the white house, the crowds on the street erupted and the celebrations went well into the night. >> also had to do with being able to exhale. we were done with bush. >> thousands will gather tomorrow in the restaurant to watch the results. >> i think we'll be prepared to make our toast at around 10:30, 11:00. >> other supporters are hopeful than confident >> if the younger americans don't show up to vo
cuts. well, maybe. but maybe not, karen. i think however this is surely more evidence of america's schizophrenic nations about sex. we utilize hot sex with young beautiful people in our entertainment and advertising but claim to value old- fashioned virtues like month nothing gappy and -- monogamy and self-discipline. perhaps it's hard to have both. then there's this. topper keeps telling us about the terrapins and redskins weather on saturday and sunday. remind him d.c. united has weather, also. weather has been very significant to the team recently. there are people who follow soccer, football in this area and your broadcasts and they might need to know the weather for their team. i asked topper about that. and he says he does talk about the d.c. united weather. just not as much as the redskins and other are other more popular teams because other teams are more popular. he does have love for the united. he just has more love for the redskins and terrapins. that's all. we hope you send us an e-mail or two. the address is mailbag@wusa9.com. that is our report. we'll be back at 11
'll want to hear about it. >> and looking for a new career? coming up how america's obesity epidemic is actually spawning thousands of new jobs. >>> in tonight's health alert part 5 of our series on america's obesity epidemic, more than 1/3 of us adults in this country are considered seriously overweight and as reporter bigad shaban explains, those disturbing statistics seems to be fueling a rise in the number of personal trainers. >> reporter: ryan harbreck struggled to lose weight on his own for most of his life. >> my knowledge is working out is very limited and just kind of stumbling, no real guidance, no real goal setting. >> reporter: the wasn't just kept piling on. at 6' 6 he got up to 375 pounds. >> there was also a lot of depression going on. >> five more are please. >> reporter: desperate to get healthy physically and emotionally he hired a personal trainer. >> three more. it's about dealing with the personal issues, the personal obstacles and setting something up that meets them at their place of need and then following up over time. >> reporter: the demand for persona
and looking more and more like the whole face of america and i think that bodes well for the president and clearly for tim. >> reporter: likes like we have high voter turnout in the virginia suburbs, a four-hour wait for folks to vote. what does that mean for virginia and where virginia stands and who they're picking for president when you have a huge voter turnout in northern virginia. >> a couple of points, it's crazy in 2012, no matter who you're voting for that you have to wait for four hours to vote. we have to get that fixed before 2016. clearly northern virginia as its population continues to grow has more weight in the state. you remember when i ran for gfr, northern virginia is not that important. it is now the heavyweight in the state and that's the area the president and tim kaine will do better in. >> reporter: senator mark warner thank you for spending time with us. back to you, derek. >> we will note that cbs news has already called a from you races, they giffinin and kentucky to mitt romney and vermont to president obama no. surprises there. they're also giving vermont
ahead on 9news, fighting back against america's epidemic of obesity. >>> plus right after the break, less than a week remains until the big election. and neither presidential candidate is holding anything back in the final push. >>> out on the campaign trail, president barack obama out on the stumps today after taking some time off dealing with super storm sandy. the president wasted no time in confronting mitt romney's twist on bringing change to washington. >> he's saying he's the candidate for change. let me tell you, wisconsin, we know what change looks like. and what the governor is offering, sure ain't change. >> mitt romney is concentrating on virginia today as he was toning down his speech after sandy, but today, he was back on the attack. >> these are critical times, an election of consequence. an election where you're not going to shape the country for four years, but for a generation. >> and get this, according to clear politics, barack obama and mitt romney are in a dead heat tied at 47.7% of the votes nationwide. >>> a live look outside. topper shutt will be along in ju
the exact same description reported in some of the previous attacks. >>> still ahead, battling america's obesity epidemic one teenager at a time. >>> and right after the break, puppets get ready to take over our streets. we'll tell you what it's all about. >>> some new fines go into effect monday for d.c. speedsters caught on speed camera. folks going 1 to 15 miles per hour over will have their fines reduced but if you are going more than 25 mails over will you pay an extra 50. >>> there's track work on the metro beginning tonight through sunday. the orange, blue, and red lines will be impacted. the rosslyn and arlington cemetery stations will be shut down. and supporters of public tv will take to the streets of washington in what is being called the million puppet march. it's all in response to mitt romney's plan to eliminate funding for pbs. the rally begins at 10:00 a.m. atright now. topper isage minutes to tell you about that chilly forecast. plus, fighting childhood obesity. how one maryland hospital is helping overweight kids live healthier. >>> in tonight's health alert we conti
of america, the best is yet to come. >>> beyonce. lady gaga and the stars celebrating the victory. >> i'm very, very proud of our country. >> george clooney, will smith. sarah jessica parker. raising millions. >>> plus, the first couple with us. how they have changed four years >>> how kirstie alley's cocaine addiction almost drove her crazy. what she only told me about nearly dying and turning to scientology while still doing drugs. >> i'm reading it. >>> then a modern family child star removed from her home by a judge. allegations of abuse.
invested in america and retirees and those making less than $250,000 annually who depend on those returns to supplement their income. it is a decent point. from what i can determine, the president's plan would raise the gains rate from 15% to 20%. the whole idea being that the very rich who make all of their money from investments and interest ought not be paying a rate so much lower than the people who take home their money in a salary. is there a way to insulate the middle class from that change? sure. mitt romney wanted to eliminate taxes for anybody making under $200,000. however, the question would be once again, can you make the numbers add up? i'm hoping in fact, that will be the number one question asked every time anyone tries to put a budget plan on the table. we welcome back plans or ideas or anything in the mail bag. >>> that is our report. i'll be right back here at 11:00. don't forget log on any time you like to wusa9 .com. have a nice night. see you later. bye. ♪ "e.t." >>> jon bon jovi. his daughter. her reported overdose. the latest tonight. >>> the new jersey rocker's
by the new america foundation and it was expert after expert after expert talking about the fiscal cliff. it is rigged by the republican. and now look i'm a democrat. i have my biases. right? but it will be rigged by the republicans to get rid of the fdrs, their new deal. it is jerry rigged to get rid of the social security other entitlements. the deal is okay, we'll al with once again upping the cap on what this country can borrow, which by the way was done over and over again during the bush administration without any complaints. we'll up the tab if you cut social security by 10% or more. that's the deal. by linking them together, you've got them focused on the debt ceiling and they don't notice that money is being sold. >> let's talk quickly about the middle east. things are getting worse and worse and we're not allowed to talk about it. a war between all of them. and they both want to be snakes, well, the iranians do. they want nuclear weapons, they want to control the middle east. and the iranians want to control the world of islams. and they have 1.6 billion. and the iranians and t
to do? . >>> twink can i lovers all a-- twinkie lovers all across america sad tonight because the company that makes them is going out of business. the latest strike crippled them to do their business and today we caught up with some fans who are stocking up. >> reporter: where are you going to put all these? >> i have no idea. we live in a small townhouse. >> reporter: hostess twinkies. >> she must really like them. there is a reason to hope, snack lovers. there's a chance, however small, that another bakery will buy the hoss tess brand -- hostess brand. if you're feeling adventurous, we actually posted the recipe on our website wusa9.com. go ahead, give it a shot. homemade twinkies. >>> a live look outside. topper will be back after the break. right after the break, incorporating recycles materials back into our economy. we'll show you how it can be done. >>> in tonight's green alert, unusual weather like hurricane sandy are fueling climate changes. recycling is a part of that equation and how to incorporate recycles terms in our economy. we have -- materials in our economy.
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